World Cup Russia 2018


Hertha eyeing top spot

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There was a degree of satisfaction at Hertha Berlin this weekend when they rose to the top of the Bundesliga - albeit for 24 hours - despite having been written off by large sections of the German media.

On Tuesday, they have a chance to return to the summit and this time will be hoping for a considerably longer stay.

"Without wanting to sound arrogant, I am not surprised about it (being top)," said general manager Dieter Hoeness, who was responsible for appointing Swiss coach Lucien Favre this summer, a move which was met with widespread pessimism.

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